Ada Weekly News, August 2, 1934

Ada Weekly News

August 02, 1934

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME xxxrvADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1934 NUMBER 18 GIVES EVIDENCE OF IMPORTANCE Believed Wilcox Formation May Have Been Penetrated by Well BEST FITTS PRODUCER Makes Fine Initial Flow, Com- J plete Test Yet to Be Made Unspectacular but none the less exciting in its indications of what the well might do was the opening up for test I uesday afternoon of the J. C. Shaffer Inc., No. I A. J. Harden well in 30-2-7, I ins f ie Id in southeast Pontotoc county. The * well flowed 217 barrels in one and one-half hours Tuesday afternoon. This morning it flowed I s5 barrels the first hour it was opened. Increased the flow to lf*JI barrel* the tbird hour and iii four and one-half hours was reported to hav«* flowed 1,2rat barrels of oil. This, indicating the biggest producer v**i brought in for the AUSTRIA SMS SCENE OF BITTER CIVIL WAR Paul Von Hindenburg Will Withhold Salaries of State Employes With Nazi Affiliations BLAMES GERMANY Important Document Incriminating Germany With Plot Reported Found PRESIDENT FEW, Sufferer Too Weak to Combat Ravages of Latest Attack Of Disease SUDDEN TUI TOU WORSE Members of Family and Government Leaders Hasten To Bedside (Copyright, 1934. bv The Associated Press) VIENNA, Aug. I—UP)—Another Nazi rebel was condemned to die today. He was Friedrich Wurnig, who shot and killed the police jcommandant of Innsbruck, Franz Hick I. July 2', at approximately J the same hour Chancellor Dollfuss was shot in Vienna. Unions pardoned, Wurnig is to die in three hours. A courtmartial jsentenced his companion, Christian Meyer, to 20 years imprisonment. Another courtmartial of a j Nazi was scheduled to have been held in Vienna this afternoon but was postponed until morning. graben, flowed * water and wit Ii sure to send the 4,200 feet to the til hi nu which wa leadily, without plenty of preboil more than surface through \ installed after for t ite are has the sand had been penetrated a considerable distance. Some believe the sand is Seminole-Wilcox while others doubtful that th** Simpson been passed. Nevertheless, following close on the finding of oil in til* 0e-laney and others No. 2 Craddock in 25~2-6. little more than one-half mile away, in a similar formation, finding of oil in Hie largest quantities as yet discovered in the area means a new chapter in the story of the field. Scouts Coming * ti With spread of news of tne well s showing, oil scouts, some of them representing major companies, who have not been spending rnucli time la this area recently, began coming in today to look over the situation. Others coming in include operators who have holdings in the Fitts field or who might he interested in securing holdings in the area. Shaffer's test lias from the first been a center of much interest because of its location on the graben structure. His testing of the lower formations wa* delayed, however, when terrific ga* pressure blew out of control after the well had been drilled to 2.2,en feet, cratering and foroin NEUDECK* Germany, Aug. I — (AP) —Col. Oskar‘Von Hindenburg, son of the dying president of Germany, came ^ out of the door of the sick chamber tonight and told servant: By WADE WERNER VIENNA, Aug. armed opposition Austrian government today began a mopping-up campaign against nazis inside and outside the country. On the one hand was the is-; suance of an order forbidding i salary payments to any public I employes suspected of aiding or' encouraging the nazi revolt; wit ii i I the other hand, Austria officially a I pointed an accusing finger at Germany for the blood which GIVES SELF UP I Trouble Between Walmsley’s Police and Long's Guard Possible BOTH SIDES DEFIANT Long Boasts of Erasing Nearly 25,000 Names of Voters From Register ■ wm till mss* TD LAW AFTER 3 WEEKS FUGIT NEW ORLEANS. Aug. I—Lib— Will Face Murder Charge Connection With Death Of Marian Mills in NEAL MYERS, sought for three weeks to answer charges of mur- Further answering the challenge; der in connection with the death of Senator Huey lh Long's militia of Miss Marian Mills, University Sanguinary civil warfare between Austrian Fascist regime and Nazi I.—LP> Witn ( terrorists, which took a heavy tohugh difficult-to-estimate loss of life, crushed, the wag centereil in Styria. Here's a typical industrial center. ! E (flowed front the nazi attempt to “The president is still alive, j *eize the government one week but his condition is very, very ° ,0(lav* following bul- w the the s skidded t, and once went steadily a few brief recautions in leve give where t toubb rn of the hole when halted by pumping of cement. Th.e rig to the we started it except for caused bv through the pressure had fore. Many S«h Announcement i tat was to he opened 1*u« noon took many to the the well <1 iii not dis*] steady flow of black waring tin* doubt of justifying the earlier of others regarding would do. J. EL CrosWe inc. No. 2 Harden, iu northwest of west of northeast of ,10-2 as was ole full 90 feet drilling down delays getting I An announcement approved by 'the cabinet said directions to ! Austrian nazis were sent into the | country several weeks ago from Germany. The plans, which included tDe possibility of civil wrar, raid J Walter Adam, propaganda chief, in a radio address, were seized in the shoes of a man arrested j in Austria. This man confessed weakness is , receiving $100 for delivering the graudally Ins- documents—now partially decod-His heart is ed> Adam said. i Included in the mopping-up campaign was the court martial at Innsbruck of two nazis woo killed tin* commandant of police (there last Wednesday. A nazi I companion of the two who were t hanged here yesterday in con-j nection with the actual killing of Chancellor Dollfuss was ex- I pected to go on trial at another j court martial in Vienna. The order against salary pay-! ments to nazi-sympathizing pub- II ic employes was telegraphed to all federal, provincial and district disbursement officers. Denunciations of individual em* Need Call at Office For ploes are to he submitted to tile I Checks    Inearest police headquarters which will investigate doubtful serious. NEUDECK, Germany, Aug. I — (.P» A sudden turn for the w’orse in the condition of Reich President Paul von Hindenburg was reported tonight by the physicians attending him. They issued tile letin: “Tile president's increasing. He is ing consciousness, slowing/' Previous to that announcement, the immense vitality of the KO year old former field marshal had caused a ray of hope that he might weather his present illness. For a time the physicians even ceased giving out bulletins. County Asphalt Used in Restoring Pleasure to Driving There Motorists can now drive north on Broadway avenue from Main street without putting their cars ‘to the rack. Patching has been • completed, making it again pleasant instead of something to be j avoided by drivers. The city of Ada provided equipment and labor, and the work was done under supervision of Percy Armstrong, commissioner of public works and property. The material was furnished by H. H. Hanenkratt and Harry Barndollar, who have installed an asphalt quarry and mill west of Ada and who provided the crushed asphalt for the repair work. The patching is being carried out also on other asphalt thoroughfares of the city where traffic wear has gone through the top surfacing. AT TULSA TODAY Noted Southwestern Made Two Breaks From Kansas Pen mobilization south of the cTTy, Mayor T. Semmee Walmsley today called 500 additional police to duty from the civil service lists, swelling the local constabulary force to 1,400 men. Full armtf, including riot guns, were issued to the augmented force at headquarters. All officers now on leave w’ere recalled to duty and 12-hour police shifts wrere decreed for the first time here in 15 years. of Oklahoma beauty queen, who gave himself up to the authorities this morning after a crazed flight which took him through several states. FEARED SCANDAL Tells of Harrowing Experiences In Mad Flight From Scene Of Death NORMANrAug. I—(AP) —Neal Myers, runaway college boy, pleaded not guilty at arraignment today on a charge of murdering Marian Mills, 20-year-old campus beauty at the University of Oklahoma. WASHINGTON, Aug. I—(.PL-Acting Secretary of War Wood-ring has informed a representative j of Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley of I New Orleans that the war depart-1 ment will take no action in the! controversy betw'een"The Walmsley j and Senator Huey Long tactions in] Louisiana. Allen Suffers Damage As Rain And Wind Storm Sweeps Across County Aug.    I.—LP>—A Myers surrendered murder charges in Marian Mills, for-of Oklahoma NORMAN, haggard Neal today to face the death of mer University beauty queen. Wearied and half-crazed by three weeks of mad and aimless flight, tile 21-year old pharmacy student returned early today to his attorney, W. P. Morrison, former state senator of Oklahoma City. Iii unkempt clothes, w'orn by 21 days of privation and fear, Myers sat in Morrison’s luxur- National guardsmen, carrying arms under the banner of Sena-Outlaw tor Huey P. Long, faced Mayor T. Semmes Walmsley’s police today, ready to battle for control of New Orleans. The city was tense, fearing the first hostile move bv either side might precipitate an actual clash between the state soldiers and (From Tuesday’s Daily) i Parts of Pontotoc county had (the long drouth of weeks broken 'early Monday night wdien clouds NEW ORLEANS, Aug. I. (A*) accompanied by high winds swept. j home and told with down. down the eastern side ot lie    t    and halti voice ot county and cPher clouds visited,^ wandering int0 Texas. baclc me southwest pot Hon.    I    through Oklahoma into Colorado, A furious wind out of the | and finally 0f his dash to Okla-north struck Allen iii late cve-jboma £jty from Denver in the ning, causing considerable dam-1 automobile of his friend, James age. Torrents of rain fell for {Rinehart, El Reno attorney, most of an hour and the sw'ept in from the north, to change suddenly and from the south. early today in Tulsa, Okla., ar-j "kingfish,” moved about like aj rm!fPiJtS a°^ °f rived at the state prison in the war general, "commanding” 500 j. . down company of special officers of the | national guardsmen mobilized at!    ^    • cemeteryt trees lated bis ghastly experience. Jackson barracks on the edge ct the city. Lansing, Kans., Aug. I.—hp)— Jim Clark, southwestern desperado. who twice escaped from the state prison here in the past 14 the city police, months, and who was captured! Senator Long. wind only ne the self-styled garages building or a lumber yard his Kl Some Cotton Checks Arrive abandonment Only Producers Getting Notices; Kansas highway patrol shortly before IO a. rn. today. Clark's capture in front of an apartment house in Tulsa was executed by Kansas highway patrol officers, federal officers and Tulsa police. The convict offered, jbe cjtv p0nce power. no resistance, although he beld an automatic revolver wrapped in a newspaper, in his right hand. Two sensational breaks from]® ce .wL f, the Kansas prison    were    made    by) ni#ht-    Machine guns Clark, who was serving a life sentence as a habitual criminal. row s^reef toward city hall. He fled from the    prison    with    IO Governor    O. K. Allen s proela- 1 mation of    partial martial law, The embattled Walmsley, once a friend of Long, held 400 policemen in readiness to resist any! possible attempt of Long to usurp e city Almost two score militiamen held the city registration voting stormed Monday night. Machine guns looked from the windows across a nor- RAILROADS FIGHT prison ! other convicts on Memorial Day, 11933, taking along the then Wardell Kirk Prather, as a hostage, releasing him later in Oklahoma. Five months later he and Bob (Big Boy) Brady, a fellow pris-were captured in New Mex- sdav to*1 afterscene, and point, the fluid a Besmile and optimism w fiat it Dawes soula-7. less received are here now and formation than a half-mi is regarded as addition to t prod lif ers. Iii the sa nu Shaffer well, feet. Hie Crt ed preparing th to the northeast lie next list of fit ro ba! ‘Id’s formation as the total depth 4,290 «bie well i* report-g for a test within : the next day of two. when tubing ‘las been run. Ed Moore No. 2 Wiriek, in 2 9- 1 2-7. is still cleaning out after* penetrating sono- distance into, the Viola lime, and preparing I to drill farther. Tile Viola ha- I shown oil saturation. \ number of cotton checks from j the federal government in payment I or withdrawal of land from I cultivation in cotton have arrived j at the office of J. IL Hill, county; agent, and are being given out j now.    i Only those who have notice that their checks nt*ed come to tho office others can get no in about til*- time theirs will arrive until the later groups of checks reach Ada. Each producer who received a post card notice that his check has i arrived can call at the olfieo and1 get the check. Ho must bring the notice with him to get the check.: Most of th** first checks are for ; smaller sums. The other checks will com** in from time to time i and as rapidly as they.arrive, the producers to whom they are made ( out will be notified to come and 1 get them. — investigate cases — the suspects meanwhile remaining without salary until the case is cleared up. It is nor yet known what per cent of the government payroll will he affected. Twenty federal employes who were reported to have cried "heil Hitler!” when they were captured at the chancellory by the nazi raiders last Wednesday were I New York, as said to be among those "’K~ "n* Courts Will Be Called Upon to Determine Validity of Pension Law oner ico. ; January 19 this year and Brady led five other ors over the prison wall were captured, with the ion of Brady, who was near Paola, Kans., and Clark. WASHINGTON, Aug. I—LD Facing a fight by tilt* larger railroads over constitutionality of the law creating it. the railroad retirement board came into existence today to handle a nationwide plan for pensioning railroad workers. Headed by Murray Latimer, o f the government’s who got J representative, the board opened HS Cill ;t no pay pay checks. Tile government placed another economy into effect with tile issuance of new five-shilling silver coins (worth approximately $1. IL S. currency) to supplant five-chilling notes. The notes required gold coverage hut the coins do not. New Plot Disclosed A startling interview was given by Franz Winkler, former vice chancellor under the late chancellor Dollfusk. in which he charged the fascist heimwehr (home guard i had planned to overthrow Dollfuss until the nazi putsch heat them to it. The heimwehr is now* a most important cog in eminent with its headquarters in the office of Joseph IL Eastman, federal coordinator of transportation. John T. Williamson, of Chicago, is the railroad representative on the board. Lee M. Eddy, of St. Louis, represents labor. The board is to administer a fund created by assessment of 2 per cent on the salaries of the em- • ployes, with the railroads supplying an additional 4 per cent. The first pensions will be granted on February I next year unless the courts interfere. The railroads, however, are; planning a bitter fight to prevent the law finally becoming effective. A committee composed of gener-a truce gov-iaY counsel and vice presidents of leader. Prince [the larger roads has been meeting TULSA, Aug. I. — UP) — Jim Clark Southwestern desperado, today was heading back to the Kansas state penitentiary at Lansing from which be twice escaped in daring breaks in the last 14 months. The 30-year-old hank robber was captured here early today as lie started to drive away from an apartment house where he and five companions had been staying. Confronted by a machine gun in the hands of a partment of justice agent, commanded, "Don't make trouble, Jim,” the fugitive up his hands applying to city hall area, continued in effect. Ward and precinct leaders ot both factions 'muttered. Ordinary citizens stared wide-eyed at the fully armed state soldiers in the (voting office. Some stopped to Clark laugh asd joke with guardsmen, prison- Mayor Walmsley and Senator and all Long lambasted each other over except- the radio last night, killed The wdiole affair pointed to, the coming congressional pri-j mary in September, in which; Walmsley and Long are support-1 ing rival candidates. Along with that issue was; Long's announced determination j to clean up the "vice and corruption" in the city, which • Walmsley interpreted as a ruse for Long to seize control of the New Orleans administration. The main point at issue today revolved about the new* police board authorized at the recent Federal °de-j Long-controlled legislative aes- “I committed no crime,” said. “I just couldn’t face come I disgrace.” I With his attorneys, and being; father, Dr. P. B. Myers of two I Reno, w'ho patted him reassure roof ingly on the shoulder as he retrees lated his ghastly experience, ne some plate glass (was prepared to face arraignment blow'n out of the front of Blue's j at IO o'clock this morning. store, Johnson’s Hardware store    Ends Crazed Flight damaged.    I He began    his flight July IO Hail    fell for a time and    added after summoning Dr. E. F. to-the discomfort and damage. {Stephens to the home of Mrs. The rain extended for some! Hazel Browm, fraternity house miles west of Allen and sent cook, where the girl died after small    streams in    the    neighbor- allegedly taking a quack remedy hood    racing bank    full.    to avert impending motherhood. Stonewall shared in the rain “I didn t know' w'here I was and much of the country between * going,’’ he went on. “I knew I Allen and Stonewall felt the had to get out. I couldn’t stand force of Die blow' and got part1 the disgrace and scandal it would { of the rain.    I    bring to my family and to tne I For a short time Monday night1 Mills family.’’ I prospects for rain in Ada ap-; It was two days later, he said, I peared favorable, but the clouds; when he learned ‘‘for sure” his I moved in other directions, scat- campus sweetheart was dead. He th£ fields as they went. Terrific heat preceded stormy rains of late Monday, Ada registering an official 108 de-i grees. Part of the night was cool and early morning wats pleasant, but the heat returned in midmorning and by afternoon the temperature in Ada had shot upward to uncomfortable heights. whoislon to    I)0iice    power anv|awray from Mayor Walmsley. pU't I The board, composed of repro-j sedatives selected by various tering precious moisture over the read it in a Corpus Christi, Tex., newspaper. “She was feeling fine right up to the time she collapsed," he said. “I got scared then because I thought she was dying. Then, as I got more scared, I did ii t know what I was doing. It came on her so quick that I couldn’t ►^ven think. "AU that came to me was the awful scandal that would come to the Millses and my family. I loved Marian and    we had    planned to get married,” his    voice faded to a whisper. "I had tried to get her to _ i    marry    me    before, but she would OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. I.—.not do it.” CT)—    The    retrenchment    program    Loath to    Talk of the    state    highway    commission    Loath to talk,    Myers    was today had cut personnel of the! prompted by Rinehart and Per- IB “I ;;Uess i won’t,” he said. ,'ivic organizations, was scheduled ‘‘His hands were just about asi‘» assume control at noon today, BLACKIE’ THOMPSON MAY BE LOCATED VINITA. Ok la., June 31.—-LR "Blackie” Thompson, one of three convicts who escaped from "death row" in the Texas pent tentiarv at Huntsville last week. was reported seen in a Kansas City hotel within the last three j days by Homer Wilson, a flu ii- ! (ive who surrendered today to Sheriff John York of Vinita. Wilson escaped from the Nowata county jail in 1924 after being arrested as a suspect In the murder of "Red Clo id” I Scruggs at Nowata. Scruggs was one of the notorious Osatie Hills “bad men” of a decade ago. Wilson told Sheriff York that he was well acquainted with Thompson and "I saw him three I days ago in a Kansas City hotel.” I He is being questioned further. J OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. I.— • Rudiger Ernst von starhemberg, P Precinct meetings to start • serving as vice chancellor, the ball rolling for the demo-! Winkler, who is ‘‘somewhere in era tic state convention will be j Czechoslavakia,” keeping his exheld August IS, party leaders; act location a secret, denied announced today.    (knowledge    of the nazi putsch be- The state convention will be J fore it took place. in Oklahoma City Sept. IO. Couti-i "However,” he said, "I knew’ tv conventions to choose dele-, that a much more radical plan -ates    to the state meeting    arej t0 overthrow the    Dollfuss dicta- se’ for    August 2o.    <    torship had been    worked out by Republicans meet in state con-Lhe heimwehr. I knew’ very well \ention    here Monday.    J    that heimwehr leaders had sublet    it funny that    Austria    j mitted «»lans t0    nazi leaders to should have to depend on oilier affect* As a matter of fact in New York and Washington studying methods of attack on the statute. CATTLE BUYING GETS UNDER Ml high as he could get them,” Earl Gardner, Tulsa detective sergeant, said later. "He was holding a .45 automatic, wrapped in a newspaper, in his right hand.” In the car with him wrere two women who gave the names of Sally, 34, and Goldie Johnson, IO, sisters of Nelogany, Okla. In the apartment officers found a man they identified as Charles White, Leona Brady, widow of Bob (Big Boy) Brady, a fellow prisoner who escaped with Clark ifrom the Kansas prison only to I be shot down by a posse a few I days later, and her sister, Peggy \ De Fer, Des Moines. Clark figured in two sensation- but the city administration Obtained a court, order yesterday temporarily restraining it from taking authority pending a hearing Monday. Police Ordered to Hold Mayor Walmsley armed his policemen and stationed them at headquarters with instructions to resist them. Senator roads department three score. Nearly 50 construction workers received notice late yesterday that their jobs were at an end, and 12 title division employes were dismissed. Commissioners said the move was made necessary largely because of a construction lull fol- by more than Mon Woodall, Norman attorney, j but on advice of Ills counsel ie-fused to discuss wdiat took place in the cook s apartment during the 2 4 hours that preceded the girl’s death. Myers said that he had murder. His return lowing virtual completion of a bv Rinehart $9,000,000 " '    * federal program and Ground I because of a delay in starting a new’ $4,600,000 series of projects. Ed MacDonald, secretary-com-any attempt to dislodge I missioner, denied that Goy. Mur- Lon) and i ray had ordered the dismissal or Governor I friends of former pro-Murray I OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. I—UP) j—The government is hastening its purchases of Oklahoma’s drought- powers for its independence? they had many secret meetings together. JI I V HOT MONTH (By The A»M>riatni Press) New heat record* blossomed today a* Oklahoma ended the hottest month in her history. At noon it was lug J degrees at Enid for a new high for the season. Oklahoma City had I OI J .it the same time. The average for the month, excluding today, is SH.2 degrees. FREDERICK. Aug. I.—(.PF— < \ngored because he did not get an answer to a letter he wrote ! to President Roosevelt, R. F. James, a negro barber, today (drew a revolver in the postoffice iiere and menaced Assistant j Pos’master O. S. Burnham and • T. J. Course}', a clerk. Course)’ said the negro also kicked him. James was arrested. Greater returns Tor the amount invested — News Classified Ads. a1 breaks from the Kansas prison. The    30-year old prisoner, 1 serving a    life sentence as a ha bitual criminal, fled from the prison with IO other convicts on j .Memorial Day, 1933, taking alongParIM>thaewer«* stricken cattle.    t    the then    Warden Kirk Prather Cattle buying started today in as a hostage, and releasing him 12 counties, in addition to six iater in Oklahoma, others where the    program    has    Five months later he and been underway for the last three!Brady were captured near Tuc-weeks-    1    umcari, N. M., and returned to This    program,    officials    said,    the prison. Clark was seriously wrill he    extended    into five    more    wounded resisting arrest, counties by the first of next week. On the morning of Jan. 19 this year Clark and Brady leu. the!*0 Pfty tribute to Walmsley. aj The mayor said "wre will never surrender to Allen were non-communicative about the presence of the 500 national guardsmen at the bar racks. Infantry, artillery and cavalry troops were ready for action. Mayor Walmsley in his raoio address last night described .Senator Long as a "cringing coward”, hiring bodyguards like "an IAI Capone” and said the senator w’ould "pay the penalty as other have done" if a single life be lost in defense of the city. He branded as "lies" charges made by senator Long in previous addresses that the police department was thriving on graft and ‘hat the city was overrun with gambling establishments and state senators who ed their affiliations. * have chang- Carl Giles, state relief administrator. announced plans are being rushed to set up a canning factory for state distribution. The counties where cattle buying started today are: jed»houses of prostitution that had this madman" and five other prisoners over prison wall after overpowering jCellhouse guard. Brady was kill , ed near Paola, Kas., and the compared the Louisiana senator i other fugitives with the exception J with "Caligula, Nero, Attila, Comanche. Cotton, Custer, Ellis,! of Clark were recaptured.    (Henry the Eighth, Louis the Greer, Jefferson, Kiowa,^Stephens, I The Memorial Dav break was Eleventh and dozens of other .Tillman, Washita, Woods I Woodward. a n d followed by a I Continued on sensational reign Page 2, No. 5) madmen who have arisen to at-(Continued on Page 3, No. 4) CHICKASHA GETS FIBST BALE COTTON CHICKASHA, July 31—CP)—A price of 17A cents a pound was paid here today for Jefferson county’s, and perhaps Oklahoma’s first bale of 1934 cotton. The bale, which weighed 505 pounds, and w’as ginned at Ryan for J. J. Dabbs, was sold to the Oklahoma Cotton Growers Association. Since the bale had no tag, it was returned to Waurika for storage. The Bankhead law' provides that a government tag must be attached to cotton bales before they are removed from the counties in which cotton grew. —*-------*  - H. G. Wells has finished his scenario for his first film, to be entitled "The Shape of Thing* to Come,” and just after such a rumpus has been kicked up abou* Mae West pictures. he did not know been charged wan w'as brought about to whom the youth wrote from Denver. "I knew' that he must have been half-crazy from the letter,” Rinehart said, and I wanted to take no chance on anything happening to him before I could reach him, so I telephoned him to meet me at the Albany hotel in Denver at 10:30 . rn. Monday morning. He met me there. We started home about 3 p. rn.” Three w'eeks earlier almost to the hour, the campus beauty was found dead. Mrs. Brown, confidante or many students, after rigorous questioning by County Attorney Paul Fpdegraff, told of the young couple’s anxiety and fear and that they had said "we would rather die than have our families know.’’ Under their frantic urging, she said, she permitted them to come to her home July 9, where they remained overnight. Marian had left her parents, Prof. and Mrs. M. Elbert Mills* on the pretext of going to a Tulsa house party. F)ied After Treatment That night the alleged "treatment” w'as begun. Next day Marian died. Mrs. Brown .after being held in jail a week, was released under $2,500 bond as a material (Continued on Page 6, No. 4) ;